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Senior Ruby on Rails Developer

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65000 - 85000 GBP ANNUAL

CTRL Recruitment Group

Croydon, United Kingdom

Unknown / Non-Applicable

Company - Private

Published 1715 days ago

Senior Ruby on Rails Developer - London - Permanent

£65k - £85k per annum


Fantastic opportunity for an experienced and driven Ruby on Rails Developer experience to join a very passionate team.

They are a creative team and your role will be to part of the team developing their main product, as their aim is become market leading. They need someone that can not only write excellent quality code but also be able to bring ideas to the table.


Skills Required:

  • At least 4 years development experience with a company
  • Must have excellent working experience using Ruby on Rails
  • Good experience with JQuery
  • Good experience with CoffeeScript
  • Worked with RESTful API’s
  • Experience with HAML and SASS
  • TDD and BDD environment
  • SQL/MySQL
  • Management of EC2
  • Knowledge of Git
  • Personable, enthusiastic, and articulate


Desirable:

  • Knowledge of Marionette and BackboneJS
  • Knowledge of React.JS


Benefits

  • 25 days holiday, which doesn’t include bank holidays
  • Lovely location with a flexible feel and environment
  • Private Healthcare
  • Pension
  • Be part of and help build something big at an early stage


The Company

Our client is a global learning and training solutions company working with various types of businesses, in order to revolutionise training and e-development within organisations. They are a tech company that are expanding at an extremely fast pace.


Our client is looking to find the right person as soon as possible, so if you feel you are suited and interested in the position, please click Apply Now and send us your CV directly.


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